Scheduling of Manufaturing Systems

Summary

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Modeling system represented as timed DES model.Time optimal schedule synthesized using compositional abstraction techniques. Different techniques allow less abstraction. Language projection of tick model can ensure optimality. Parallelism preserving abstraction of TDES allows heuristic synthesis of good enough schedules. Incremental scheduling of material based model allows scheduling of Low-Volume High-Mix systems. Each workpiece is scheduled in priority order. Higher priority work pieces are moving obstacles for low priority work pieces.

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